"The Finest Anglo Afro Pop since Paul Simon from the preppiest band since Haircut 100, but with a signature that is all their own. The love grows with each listen - fancier arrangements reveal themselves."
"The Best in unShow - less emphasis on pop hooks - uncut demo-like sound. A musical timewarp to the band's early days, but older and wiser. The roughness is misleading, as this one was not slapped together."
"Former Moldy Peach shows signs of growing up with the not so hidden influences of Lou Reed, Leonard Cohen, Lee Hazlewood, Al Green and the 60s rock band Love. However, there are still some lyrics that make you cringe."
"From the ashes of the once tween loved band "Panic at the Disco," the Young Veins return us squarely to the mid-1960s, when every teen band in America was hunkered down in the garage trying to play catch-up to the British Invasion."